Author: Carrie Rollwagen

Carrie has been copyediting and writing for fifteen years. Her skills were forged in the newsroom at The Birmingham Post-Herald and she's a huge book nerd (she moonlights as Southern Living's book reviewer), but a love of paper and ink hasn't stopped her from mastering the digital world as well: She's had a blog pretty much since they existed, and she's run social media for companies big and small. Carrie's always ready to take on a new communication challenge, lecture us about the proper use of semicolons, or defend the fact that her Instagram account is filled with selfies.

New Infomedia Webinars about Blogging, Social Media & More!

We’ve been offering a series of Lunch & Learn trainings for years now, and we love being able to teach you more about using your website to get the very best for your company. We’ve been able to give trainings on Google Analytics, blogging, social media, digital marketing, content entry and more. We listen to what you want to know, and we try to address that in our Lunch & Learn topics.

Be a Better Blogger by Creating a Calendar

Next week, I’ll be presenting a Lunch & Learn on one of our most requested topics: blogging. We almost always recommend that our clients blog, because it increases customer loyalty, creates a connection with potential clients, and is an opportunity to really boost your SEO by giving Google the information it needs to get your company noticed.

What Your Non-Profit Website Needs

At Infomedia, we love to work with non-profit organizations. There’s nothing better than helping someone else do good, and we’ve been honored to work with so many organizations that we believe in. We’ve been building websites for non-profits for over 20 years, so we thought we’d share feedback on what works for a non-profit website … and what doesn’t.

What We Learned from Our Own Website Audit

Near the end of 2016, we decided to reevaluate how our website was working for us. We’re a web development company, so you’d think that would mean we’d be great at updating our site; but sometimes, it’s hard to practice what you preach, and even though we help clients improve their websites every day, it was hard for us to the same to ours.